In almost 40 years of medical practice I can confirm, based on a lot of experience, that most illness and unhappiness with health arises from things which are directly under our own personal control. So it makes sense, to me at least, that wellness can be regained by taking different actions, either in the physical or mental realm.
So why, I often asked myself, is it so very hard to make changes for the better? Because if I know anything at all, it is that change of habits is difficult. Surely if we know we want to get an improvement, we would do all we could to achieve that change?
So here we are. Rather than sitting in front of many different people and saying the same thing over and over again, I am reaching out to everybody – most especially to people who are actively, positively seeking change – with information, support and tools that enable those small, but repeated, steps that lead to improved wellness.
A word of warning though. I am a medical heretic. I do not ascribe to the usual dogmatic thinking that clouds the medical profession. You might think that is a good thing. I certainly do. But if you do not like to be challenged, if orthodoxy is the only approach that speaks to your heart, and there is nothing wrong with that, but then I would suggest that this website and this information will make you uncomfortable.